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Frames Of Reference


Published 1960


Uses experiments to show the changes in the appearance of motion as viewed from frames of reference moving relative to one another. Demonstrates how Newton's law of motion can only be applied to inert and accelerated frames of reference when one applies "fictitious" forces to compensate.


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Producer Educational Services Incorporated
Audio/Visual sound, color

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